In a recent GovLoop DOROBEKINSIDER, panelists shared best practices for improving the citizen experience in an increasingly digital world.
Posts Tagged: IT Modernization
There are many benefits to automation in government but many concerns that arise as well. Here are five misconceptions about automating government services.
Self-service portals for customers, more automation and internal dashboards for business operations are some of the changes you can expect to see as USDA undergoes a massive modernization effort.
Government IT is getting an upgrade and the growth of data, regulations, technology updates, expanding agency missions, and external threats are pushing government agencies to modernize IT. In GovLoop’s 2018 Virtual Summit, experts discussed how agencies are entering a data-driven culture as part of their IT modernization journey.
GovLoop recently sat down with FEMA Chief Information Officer Adrian Gardner to learn how his agency is prioritizing modernization projects, what FEMA is doing to eliminate passwords and more.
To modernize the data center, agencies not only must navigate the data deluge and transfer of workloads, they must consider what is financially and logistically feasible. That’s why the path forward involves an as-a-Service approach to streamline delivery of capabilities and technology while reducing costs.
Due to outdated infrastructure, disparate data and lack of data security, open source is more important than ever for government missions. In an interview with GovLoop, Henry Sowell, Chief Information Security Officer at Hortonworks can transition to new platforms and execute on the promise of open source.
Here are five best practices to make the most of DCaaS and balance the demands of uninterrupted services with the need to update legacy technologies.
The impetus for modernizing aging federal technology is greater than ever before and agencies are doubling down on efforts to ensure modernization projects are successful.
Agencies are attempting to modernize their IT infrastructures to better support mission-critical functions. To achieve these missions, agencies need to embrace four key components of IT modernization: cloud computing, shared services, data center consolidation and Agile development.